xvi THE CHURCH OF S. THEODORE 24.5 as a church of S. Theodore, and identifies it with the church dedicated to that saint in the district of Carbounaria. This is possible, although the Anonymus1 mentions the Carbounaria before the Anemodoulion and the forum of Taurus (the region of the Turkish War Office), and consequently suggests a position for the Carbounaria much farther to the east than Vefa Meidan. Still the order in which the Anony- if < *- X; A4V } il $fi\ !5%^ ' =§ -^A - ;s^-^ ..._"l::l: >^VX ^r>^£ SECOND fROW CENTRE-SOUTH 5IDL PIR5T fHOM CWRE SOUTH -&IDC 51 THEODORE INNER 5IDD Of 3U\B5 BS NARJHEX (T u I *J0<» 3CCOND fRDM CCNTRt NORTH SIDE. HR3T fROM CCNTRC NCKTH 3iD£ T r FIG, 81. (For other details see Figs. 19, 54.) mus mentions places and monuments cannot be confidently appealed to as coincident with their relative positions. ^ To which of the many saints named Theodore in the Greek Calendar this church was actually dedicated is a point open to discussion, but we cannot go far wrong in ascribing it to one of the two most prominent saints of that name, or3 as sometimes was the case, to both of them, S. Theodore the Tiro and S. Theodore the General The former was a young soldier in the Roman army who was tortured and put to death in 306 for not taking part in the persecution 1 Bantluri, i. p. 16.